|Ski Trails||Open ONLY to skiing. Bikers and snowshoers please use snowshoe/Fat Bike Trails|
|Fat Bike Trails||Open|
|Snow Depth Woods||17 inches|
|Snow Depth Trail||10-14 inches|
|Recent Snowfall (last 24 hours)||5.5 inches|
|Grooming Notes||March 1st (9:00am)- Groomers got out last night and got the whole park rolled and packed with a 17km of trails finish groomed. More grooming will be happening tonight!|
|More Information||Check the Trails and Conditions Page for a more detailed report.|
|Chalet Phone #||(715) 356-3309|
|Trail Name||Classic Tracks Set (Date)||Skate Decks Set (Date)||Trail Notes|
|Big Pine||Rolled||Rolled||Fat Bike Route|
|Cedar Creek||Rolled||n/a||Fat Bike Route|
|Fire Tower Trail||Rolled||Rolled|
|Tamarack Pond||2/18||n/a||Fat Bike Route|
|Tower Road||Plowed||Plowed||Plowed for maintenance access to the radio tower. Not recommended for skiing.|
Local Snow Forecast
Check out http://johndee.com for up-to-date snow forecast information.
Trails and Maps
The park’s glaciated terrain provides a wide range of beginner to expert level options on 86 km of pristinely groomed ski trails. The trail system includes 15 km of single-track classic trails and a 2km lighted trail. Experience the beauty of the Northwoods as you glide beneath a canopy of snow-laden fir and pines, visit the crackling trailside fires, and explore the far-reaches of this 6,500 acre winter wonderland!
Click link for printable PDF file: Ski Trail Map 2020-21
We offer 10 miles of beautiful snowshoe trails winding through some of the quietest areas of the park! From towering stands of White Pines, to windswept Black Spruce bogs, to stunning hilltop vistas, there’s a trail here for everyone.
Click link for printable PDF file: Snowshoe Map 2020-21
- Try Snow Stomper, the longest and most remote trail, if you’re looking for a true adventure.
- Head to the Nature Shelter Trail if you packed a picnic lunch. Enjoy a warm campfire, watch the birds at the feeders, and try your hand at some trivia games!
- Breaking Free parallels the beautiful meandering waterway of the Squirrel River.
- On The Heights, you’ll cross a beaver dam and climb to the second highest spot in the park!
- Mt. Goat offers the best views in the park, but it will get your heart pumping!
- Try the charming Popple Loop for a mellow jaunt in the woods! Check out our StoryWalk program along the way.
Fat Bike Trails
About 20 km of multi-use trails are available for fat biking. Bikers share 15 km of beautiful single-track classic ski trails and the 5 km snowshoe trail Breaking Free which offers fantastic views of the Squirrel River.
Click link for printable PDF file: WP Fat Bike Trail Map 2020
Coming soon! Ever wonder what goes on at the park overnight? When do we groom? Why do we groom? Why do we not groom? So many questions! Well, we have the answers.
Everything tastes better outside! Pack a lunch, strap on your skis or snowshoes and head on out to one of 16 trailside picnic tables spread throughout the park.
Shelters and Fire Pits
These quaint waysides offer a place to get out of the weather and warm your hands by the fire on those chilly winter days.
Yukon Bog Vista Fire Pit- Picnic table, covered bench, fire pit, and a spectacular view of the Yukon Bog
Nature Shelter- Picnic tables, three-sided shelter, fire pit, nature-themed trivia games, bird feeders
Tea House- Open occasionally for small groups, fire pit outside, picnic table
Wolf’s Den Shelter- Picnic tables, open-sided shelter, fire pit